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1999-009.10 Civil War Flag Conservation: Photographs  1997-1999  Eight color photographs, 3" x 5" in size, show the 150th Regiment flag before,during and after conservation treatment.  Burke McCausland Scardapane    Photograph   Civil War Flag Textile Conservation     vertical
1995-032.01 Thorn Family Collection: Lucia di Lammermoor at the Metropolitan Opera House  early twentieth century  Metropolitan Opera House (New York City) Libretto for the opera Lucia di Lammermoor. Undated with advertisement for Knabe pianos on back. "Thorn" penciled in lower corner of front cover.      Program      vertical
1998-019 This Accession Number Not Used    This Accession Number Not Used            vertical
1998-014 Deborah Dows Oral history  1986  Two cassette tapes contain an interview with Deborah Dows by Ada Harrison and Brenda Claproth recorded November 1986. Deborah Dows discusses her life and remembers early days in Rhinebeck. She was the daughter of Tracy Dows and Alice Olin Dows from Glenburn.  Dows Olin Harrison Claproth    Sound Recording Cassette Tape   Oral history Estates Genealogy Glenburn   DOWS, Deborah; HARRISON, Ada;   vertical
1996-014.04 Old Structures, Rhinebeck: Newspaper Reproductions   1800, 1816  Reproductions of Ulster County Gazette, January 4, 1800 issue, and Dutchess Observer, January 3, 1816 issue, with an advertisement insert for Smith Brothers chewing gum and cough drops.      Newspaper Reproduction  News Advertising Advertisements     vertical
1996-017.03 Rokeby-Aldrich Family: Dated Currency  1774-1862  Paper money from 1774-1862: 1) Maryland eight dollars, 1774, 2) New York ten dollars, 1776, 3) Connecticut ten shillings, 1780, 4) Rhode Island three dollars, 1780, 5) New York ten cents, 1862, 'tis death to counterfeit.' These bills, which were found inside the book described in 1996-017.01, do not appear to be originals.      Currency   Currency Money    vertical
1996-018 Historic Rhinebeck House Correspondence  Undated  Note from Dennis and Valerie Bakoledis to John and Marilyn Hatch about recovery of a window at house at 109 East Market Street, Rhinebeck.   Bakoledis Hatch    Letter   Letters   BAKOLEDIS, Dennis and Valerie  vertical
1999-007 Rhinebeck Historical Society 1999 "Keeping History Alive"  Feb-99  Newspaper article by Victoria Rose about the organization and activities of the Rhinebeck Historical Society.  McCausland Smith Black MacLeod Lewis    Newspaper article   Rhinebeck Historical Society  ROSE, Victoria  vertical
1999-009.02 Civil War Flag Conservation: Correspondence  1997-1999  Correspondence between Nicholas McCausland and Mrs. June Vanderlaan of the Reformed Church discusses research into the origins of the 1862 Civil war flag.  McCausland Vanderlaan     Letter Correspondence   Civil War Flag     vertical
1999-009.03 Civil War Flag Conservation: Press Release, Newspaper Articles  1918, 1998  1) A press release describes the 34-star flag hand sewn in 1862 by members of the Dorcas Guild of the Reformed Church of Rhinebeck, and its use during the Civil War. A donation to pay the cost of the restoration and preservation of the flag was made by Mrs. Desaka Haen in memory of Arthur Haen, brother of her husband Chester Haen. 2) Photocopies of 1918 newspaper articles about Arthur Hain, a World war I pilot. 3) Photocopies of 1918 photographs of Chester and Arthur Haen with his Curtis Bi-plane, and the storefront of the Haen Jewelry Shop in Rhinebeck.  Haen McCausland    Newspaper article Photograph Photocopy  Civil War Flag Textile Conservation     vertical
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